Home-made Mustard

  • 7 Replies
  • 602 Views
*

Pescador

  • Experienced Member
  • ***
  • Location: Miskin, Pontyclun, S.Wales
  • 280
Home-made Mustard
« on: May 31, 2018, 20:19 »
Has anyone made this? There seem to be 2 conflicting methods. Soak before grinding or vice versa.
Do have you have experience of either method?
Every Pickle Helps!

Paul's Preserves and Pickles.

*

DanielCoffey

  • Experienced Member
  • ***
  • Location: South Ayrshire, UK
  • 303
Re: Home-made Mustard
« Reply #1 on: June 02, 2018, 22:35 »
I know you have not had any replies yet but I do remember a mustard shop in Norwich a good long while ago that sold mustard as the dried, ground powder. You were expected to make it up yourself.

Many of the online recipes seem to be grind brown seeds, blend with powdered yellow mustard, add water, rest, add vinegar and seasoning, rest in fridge.

*

Pescador

  • Experienced Member
  • ***
  • Location: Miskin, Pontyclun, S.Wales
  • 280
Re: Home-made Mustard
« Reply #2 on: June 03, 2018, 18:13 »
Due to the huge amount of interest shown in this post, I have been trying for a couple of hours now to post a 4 photo sequence of my mustard making process. However, for some reason, it won't let me post it, so the photos may come as separate posts!
First of all I soaked the mustard seeds overnight in a locally brewed beer.
P6020007.jpg
P6020004.JPG

*

Pescador

  • Experienced Member
  • ***
  • Location: Miskin, Pontyclun, S.Wales
  • 280
Re: Home-made Mustard
« Reply #3 on: June 03, 2018, 18:19 »
By the morning the seeds had soaked up most of the beer and surprisingly had separated into 2 distinct layers.
Then I added the other ingredients and blended and bottled.
Now it's a 24hr wait before I can taste it to see if I've got it right, which is better than the 4 week wait for a chutney!
P6030015.JPG

*

Pescador

  • Experienced Member
  • ***
  • Location: Miskin, Pontyclun, S.Wales
  • 280
Re: Home-made Mustard
« Reply #4 on: June 03, 2018, 18:22 »
Oops! Missed out the shot of the soaked seeds, sorry
P6020010 (1).JPG

*

New shoot

  • Global Moderator
  • Hero Member
  • *****
  • Location: Reading
  • 13401
Re: Home-made Mustard
« Reply #5 on: June 03, 2018, 20:26 »
I think it was more that no-one had a clue, rather than lack of interest, as none of us has made mustard before  :unsure:

The layers of seeds are odd  :wacko:  Hope it tastes how you want after all the work  :)

*

Pescador

  • Experienced Member
  • ***
  • Location: Miskin, Pontyclun, S.Wales
  • 280
Re: Home-made Mustard
« Reply #6 on: June 05, 2018, 17:54 »
Tastes great, and goes on sale on Saturday!

*

New shoot

  • Global Moderator
  • Hero Member
  • *****
  • Location: Reading
  • 13401
Re: Home-made Mustard
« Reply #7 on: June 06, 2018, 13:01 »
 All's well that ends well then  :D



xx
Home Made Wholegrain Mustard - Help!!

Started by cheshirecheese on Cooking, Storing and Preserving

10 Replies
2489 Views
Last post July 24, 2012, 01:16
by alimilly
xx
storeing home made jam

Started by stan deakin on Cooking, Storing and Preserving

5 Replies
1016 Views
Last post September 23, 2010, 13:33
by GrannieAnnie
xx
home made sausages

Started by chrissie B on Cooking, Storing and Preserving

30 Replies
13213 Views
Last post September 05, 2007, 18:56
by chrissie B
xx
Home made cheese

Started by Scribbler on Cooking, Storing and Preserving

4 Replies
912 Views
Last post December 11, 2013, 19:49
by Mrs Bee
 

Page created in 0.089 seconds with 37 queries.

Powered by SMFPacks SEO Pro Mod |